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Bonds Could Hit It Out With HOF Speech

AP

The Hall of Fame ballot released this week by the Baseball Writers Association of America had 37 names on it, and there is sure to be much debate about whether Barry Bonds deserves votes. But what's not debatable is that Bonds has the potential to make the most powerful statement ever about his era of the game.

Or he might just be a morbidly fascinating induction sideshow.

Either way, I want to hear what he has to say.

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